Good. 0671206842 American Grotesque: An Account of the Clay Shaw-Jim Garrison Affair in the City of New Orleans by James Kirkwood. Published by Simon and Schuster New York NY, 1970 Printed in the USA. 669pp. HB/DJ Good in Good dust jacket. 2nd Printing. 8vo-over 7"-9" tall. In his effort to discredit the Warren Commission Report, Jim Garrison chose as his vehicle--or victim--Clay Shaw. The drama and agony of the ensuing courtroom confrontation is, herein, viewed with a subtle eye for detail and human emotions that only this author can bring to a trial. Some of the basis for Oliver Stone's movie, "JFK." 669 pages including index. B&W photos. Dust jacket has moderate wear, mostly at the spine and tips. Price clipped. Dj is now in a protective mylar sleve. A nice reading copy.
Photographs. VERY GOOD in VERY GOOD jacket. Minimal cover wear; spine strip lightly sunned; light spotting to endpapers and foredge; no ownership markings; pages are clean; binding tight. DJ lightly edgeworn and rubbed; price intact on flap.
Very Good in Very Good jacket. 8vo-over 7¾"-9¾" tall. 669 pages, illustrated. "On Dec. 23, 1966, Clay Shaw, a respected and respectable leader of the New Orlean business community, was called down to the office of District Attorney Jim Garrison to answer what seemed to be a few inconsequential questions. Two months of rumor and unpleasantness later, he found himself in the same office-charged with conspiracy in the assassination of President Kennedy." VERY GOOD HARDCOVER, VERY GOOD DUST JACKET.
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